During your visit, you will soon learn why we are described as a "Diamond in the Woods" park. From Zip Lining to Dog Sledding, there's a "One of a Kind" experience waiting for you in the Majestic White Mountains.
"Get Outdoors Smore" and stay at the Lincoln/Woodstock KOA and you will soon discover, unquestionably, one of New Hampshire's most popular attractions is the White Mountain Region. Its 800,000 acres is known for natural splendor, historical charm, cultural richness and stimulating recreation - and that's only the beginning. Your visit to the Lincoln/ Woodstock KOA, an award-winning park, will offer a top-notch family camping experience. Choose from a variety of sites and accommodations. Drive thru RV sites, large wilderness sites for tenting or for the use of a hammock, and don't forget to check out our selection of Camping Cabins, (some with added features) Tree Cabin, Glamping Tent (with a bathroom) and Conestoga Covered Wagon (with a full bathroom) for the individual that wants to "gently" rough it. Lincoln/Woodstock KOA is a pet friendly park. We are compassionate to your pet needs and understand that pets are family members too. We offer two Kamp K-9 dog parks, dog walk area and kennels for daily use. Enjoy our swimming pool, fish at our on site fishing pond (no license required) or cast a line in the river. Bring your "off road" bicycles to discover our trails through the forest, along the Pemi river and to ride throughout our park. Children and adults are invited to enjoy the multiple "self-motivated / free spirit" fun options available.
During your New Hampshire visit; hike on one of the nearby Appalachian trails, ride your bicycle on the Franconia Notch paved recreational trail, golf on one of many challenging golf courses, or relax and simply enjoy the clean New Hampshire air. Nearly anything you need or want to do is within a short distance of the Lincoln/ Woodstock KOA.
We are anxious for you to stay at the Lincoln/Woodstock KOA, "Great People- Great Kamping!" We have made it easy to get here and you won't want to leave. I-93, Exit 31, 2 miles south on East Side Road (Rt. 175). Easy to find, hard to leave.